extent proceeding or accruing from some ownership or deal; particularly, the sum based on the purchase of products: today made use of just when you look at the plural: because, the consignee was directed to offer the goods for-warded and invest the proceeds in coffee.
To move, pass, or go forward or forward; carry on or renew motion or development; advance; carry on, actually or figuratively: as, to proceed using one's journey; the vessel touched at Queenstown, after which proceeded on her voyage
To issue or come, as from an origin, resource, or water feature; get forth: with off.
to continue some group of actions; set a person's self at your workplace and go on in a certain means as well as some certain purpose; work in accordance with some method.
To be transacted or continued; be achieved; pass; go on.
to start and keep on a legal activity; just take any step in the program of process: since, to proceed against an offender.
in the future into impact or activity.
To take an academic degree: now used only in the universities of Great Britain and Ireland. “To proceed master” is an abbreviated form of “to proceed to the degree of master.”
Synonyms To arise, emanate, circulation, accrue, outcome, be derived.